It is not everyday Bob Little and James Bond are mentioned in the same article. In fact, it had never happened until G. Little Construction was featured in a popular article on Houzz.com.
When we added photos of our Lake Union Home 2 to our Houzz profile, it caught the attention of Houzz writer Becky Harris. We (virtually) sat down with Becky to discuss some of the features which make this floating home so unique. We discussed the poplar bark panels from Barkhouse, the living roof by Xero Flor, the Black Cloud Onyx in the master bathroom, and the beautiful Sapele wood throughout.
We are proud to have this article show off the quality work our team does. We are just as exited to have the opportunity to give credit to the high caliber craftsmen we worked with to bring this home to life. The article mentions our work with KDF Architecture, Conrad Romano Architects, Doug Rasar Interiors, local blacksmith Jim Garrett, Dynamic Windows, glassblower Benjamin Moore, Barkhouse and Xero Flor. There were many more who were not mentioned in the article. It was a pleasure for us to work with such a large team, all passionate about quality and making the best home possible.
You can read the article here and learn some insights about the home you may not have heard anywhere else. Becky Harris asked good questions and created a story with words and photographs to show the detail and craftsmanship of this home.